The Mark Glenn extensions, commonly known as MG extensions, TEDHAIR review, bonding solutions, threads, weaves, injections, and nothing is stuck on the head. They are attached using a very fine braid. A small section of existing hair is split into two. The fiber hair is also split into two to make the braid and is finally wrapped around the base of the hair, protecting it. The fiber is then "sealed on itself" using a heat tool (which is no hotter than a typical pair of curling tongs or crimpers). This creates a tedhair tiny plastic seal. It's important to point out that during this process, your own hair is safely "cocooned" inside the fiber so it doesn't come into direct contact with any heat. Therefore, your own hair stays in perfect condition. For hair loss or thinning problems, the extensions are applied with non-allergic mesh and the fiber hair is woven through the mesh to create the look.Glenn Kinsey of Mark Glenn Hair Enhancement has tedhair on review joined us today for a brief question and answer session on their fiber hair extensions.Welcome Glenn and thank you for joining us today! We have a few questions for you about your wonderful hair extensions.